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February 28, 2005

K K Malaysian Restaurant, 54 Ghuznee St, 385 6698

April 26, 2004

Although made famous by Seinfeld, soup has been around even before The Soup Nazi episode. Who would have thought? Soup is both easy and cheap to cook, making it perfect for destitute students, as well as Elaine. With winter pretty much here, it’s a great meal to have for lunch, dinner, or both.

April 5, 2004

At a McDonald’s near you www.mcdonalds.co.nz

April 5, 2004

Lasagne is great in a flatting situation, as it can be made for many, or divided and frozen for later. Or… take leftovers to Uni to heat up in the Cybercommons microwave. Watch others turn green with jealousy!

March 29, 2004

Brunch needs no introduction. A heavenly meal that graces us on Sunday (usually), curing hangovers and acting as a vehicle for tales of debauchery and sin from the weekend just been. Amen to that.

March 22, 2004

As the name suggests, Café Istanbul serves Turkish food. Which is lucky really, or you might be led to believe that kebabs are the only Turkish cuisine out.

March 22, 2004

“Mmmmmm coooookie”– The Cookie Monster.

March 15, 2004

13 Pirie Street. Ph: 801 8896 www.theosgreektaverna.co.nz

March 15, 2004

This week, make friends with a tomato. Not only are they versatile and yummy, but at the moment they’re cheap as well (the perfect friend, some might say…). You have no excuses not to be using them left right and centre.